Tag: Katarina Wong

Group Shows

Los Carpinteros: When citizens outlive their heroes

Contributed by Katarina Wong / “Cuba Va! (Cuba Goes!)� at The Phillips Collection in DC is a small but powerful exhibition of recent work by the renowned Cuban artist collective Los Carpinteros (The Carpenters). Born and raised in post-Revolution Cuba, Los Carpinteros were educated in the Cuban boarding school system, […]

Museum Exhibitions

Zilia S�nchez, surrounded by the sea

Contributed by Katarina Wong / In Zilia S�nchez�s retrospective currently on view at The Phillips Collection, a video shows her on the beach, casting one of her shaped paintings �Soy Isla (I Am an Island)� into the waves. This piece sets the tone for an exceptional exhibition from a fiercely independent artist. Born […]


Of Latino descent: “Radical Women” in LA

Contributed by Katarina Wong /�The Getty recently launched�Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA,�a highly ambitious and rewarding initiative that explores Latin American and Latino art �in dialogue� with the city itself. More than 70 art institutions are participating, each offering their own take on the topic. One notable exhibition, among a field […]

Gallery shows

Alex O�Neal: Hiding Places in a Dream

Contributed by Katarina Wong / Alex O�Neal is an artist based in Cooperstown, New York, whose recent show �Hiding Places in a Dream� at Linda Warren Projects in Chicago was a visual knock-out – a dizzying array of hyper-saturated canvases balanced with intimate, small-scale drawings. Throughout the exhibition, O�Neal continues […]